March 30, 2011

TAG Heuer
Mikrotimer Flying 1000

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The first mechanical chronograph in the world to measure and display thousandths of a second, the TAG Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 sets a new milestone in mechanical precision. This exceptional chronograph, still in the design phase but with 11 patents pending, features a core that runs at the unbelievable rate of 3,600,000 beats per hour.

Its unique multi-scale display system provides direct, instantaneous reading of minutes, seconds or thousandths of a second, and makes it the only mechanical chronograph suited to demanding sports events such as Formula 1 races.

A stunningly beautiful watch with its black titanium-carbide coated case, with titanium horns and black ruthenium-treated movement, the TAG Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 concept chronograph perfectly reflects the company’s expertise in high and ultra-high speed mechanical watch movements.

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